Definition of sked in English:

sked

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Pronunciation: /skɛd
 
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informal , chiefly North American

noun

  • short for schedule.
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    • I also have more stuff to promote now than I did a few years ago, and my travel sked is getting fairly flypapery as well.
    • Both myself and the organizers overlooked it when we proofread the sked.
    • I'm just going to print off the TV sked from here and stick it on the fridge.

verb (skeds, skedding, skedded)

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  • short for schedule. his wife was skedded to appear with him
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    • The star singer-songwriters were recently skedded to appear together in a photo shoot for a magazine cover.

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